(based on the book: G. Mezeviris Vice- Admiral R.H.N.,
“Four decades in the Service of the R.H.N”, Athens 1971)

Admiral Mezeviris’ career in the R.H.N. started in 1906 with his
admission to the School of Naval Cadets. His narrations will take us
through rough times for Greece and the Greek Navy starting with the
Balkan Wars on to World War I, the Between the Wars period, World War
II, the Liberation and finally the Greek civil war.

C10. The Greek Navy in the Middle East – The turmoil: March 1943 – March 1944

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The Royal Hellenic Navy (RHN) escaped from occupied Greece in April 1941 and continued its ...

C9. The escape to Egypt: February 16 – March 3, 1943

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[In April 1941, after the German invasion of Greece, the Greek warships were ruthlessly attacked ...

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